What's On

Thursday 28 July, 8pm, €25

Tommy Fleming at Sacred Heart Church, Scariff

as part of The Scariff Harbour Festival

As of Wednesday 27/07/16, please note that tickets for this event will be available on the door.

Tommy turns each song into his own with his own unique and powerful style touching emotions in you that only music can reach. Tommy is famous for his own arrangement of “Danny Boy”, “Isle of Inisfree” and “Hard Times” all songs that you know and love but you have never heard them until you hear Tommy Fleming’s versions. He also covers songs from “You Raise Me Up” to “Bridge over Troubled Waters”, “From a Distance” and “Something Inside So Strong” along with many more contemporary numbers.


Thursday 4 August, 7.30pm, €20
Friday 5 August, 7.30pm, €30
Saturday 6 August, 7.30pm, €20

Feakle Festival 2016

29th International Festival of Traditional Irish Music

Ticket sales via glór for Feakle Festival finish at 1pm Friday 5th August.

Remaining tickets are available at the door of the venue or from the Festival Office on 061 924 917.


Thursday 4th of August at 7.30 pm  |  Café Style Concert  |  Venue: The Marquee Feakle  |  €20.00

The festival is delighted to present a wonderful night’s music and song.

Wine and local artisan food will be served on the night.

The concert features:

An exciting collaboration of talented young musicians from East Clare featuring Sorcha Costelloe, Aisling Hunt, Eimear Donnellan and Padraig Costelloe
Helen Hayes and Katie Greene
Shannon Quinn – talented Canadian folk singer and musician
Charlie Piggott and Gerry Harrington. The duo are celebrating the relaunch of the highly commended recording “The New Road”
The Tulla Céilí Band – celebrating their 70th Anniversary.

MC: Paula Carroll


Friday 5th of August at 7.30pm  |  Music Recital |  Venue: St. Mary's Church Feakle  |  €30.00

Ré The Band featuring some of Ireland’s most innovative and decorated musicians. Maitiú Ó Casaide, winner of TG4’s Young Musician of the Year Award 2015. Cormac Begley’s concertina playing has been described as ‘a masterclass in timeless musicianship, Eithne Ní Chatháin, a highly celebrated traditional singer and fiddle player from Co. Kildare, Peter O Toole founding member of the Hothouse Flowers and revered songwriter and accompanist, and Liam Ó Maonlaí, the Hothouse Flowers front-man and the musical director and inspiration for RIAN, which has been presented around the world.

Sibéal Ní Chasaide hails from the Gaeltacht in Ráth Chairn, Co. Meath. The acclaimed young vocalist captured the hearts of the nation with her hugely moving vocal performance of Mise Éire, a new arrangement of Patrick Pearse’s 1912 poem set to music to commemorate the centenary of the Easter Rising.

The recital will conclude with the anticipated annual performance by Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill.

Presented by Leon Agnew


Saturday 6th of August at 7.30pm  |  Saturday Night Gala Concert |  Venue: Community Centre Feakle  |  €20.00

Out the Gap- an exciting young musical ensemble featuring Kevin Carey, Amy McNamara, Gearoid McNamara, Pamela Queally and Colm Slattery

Seán Garvey - Seán is from Cahersiveen, Co. Kerry, and has long been considered as one of Ireland's finest traditional singers, singing in both Irish and English.  He is also a highly accomplished player of guitar, flute and tenor-banjo.

Danny O’Mahony and Bríd Harper: Danny is a traditional musician from Ballyduff in North County Kerry. He grew up playing music with the older generation of musicians in his locality. Danny’s is considered to be one of the finest accordion players with a musical style that is expressive and deeply personal, and reflects his affinity with the music of past masters. Bríd is an Irish traditional fiddle player from Castlefinn, Co. Donegal and now living near Dungannon, Co. Tyrone. Encouraged by her parents she grew up learning and playing Irish traditional music with her sisters in the Finn Valley area. She won numerous under-age All Ireland titles and other prestigious fiddle awards including the Senior All Ireland, Oireachtas na Gaeilge and Fiddler of Dooney.

Cormac Lally – Cormac is the current Munster Slam Poetry Champion and one of Ireland’s top Spoken word artists

The Brian Corry Band; featuring Brian Corry whistle, Rory Costelloe Double Bass, Mark Nagle guitar, Josh O’Loughlin Banjo and Niall Preston percussion.

Séamus Begley and Joe Fitzgerald. Accordion player and singer Séamus Begley is a popular Irish traditional musician and singer, coming as he does from one of the most musically acclaimed Irish families. Seamus will be joined by renowned accordion player Joe Fitzgerald and some members of the Begley family. Joe is originally from East Clare but now living in Melbourne. Gladly for us, Joe has remained in East Clare for an extended stay and his performances are never to be missed.